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The Centre publishes Working Papers, Policy Briefs and Reports. In addition, the Centre promotes the publication of books and articles in national and international journals in order to disseminate results of research activities. CDCT working paper ISSN 2280-9406. Editorial board: G. Ajani, R. Aluffi, R. Caterina, S. Ferreri, D. Francavilla, B. Gardella Tedeschi, M. Graziadei, B. Pasa


DOMENICO MICCO – CDCT Working Paper 17-2013/ELC9 Abstract: The bout with the Other is always a tough meeting: it happens, in fact, on the “screen of diversity” – biological or cultural dissimilarity – and it always highlights what makes them different from us. This creates an obstacle along the path leading to the elaboration of …

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DOMENICO DI MICCO – CDCT Working Paper 16-2013/CTL7 Abstract: Peculiarities and differences of cultures that, until yesterday, fuelled the dynamic of the world, seem abruptly to give way to processes of homologation of human vicissitudes. Scientific and technological innovations, together with economic growth, push human consciousness into a new, unexplored environment. Man is forced to …

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FRANCESCA STRUMIA – CDCT Working Paper 15-2013/ELC8 Abstract: In an age of declining GDPs and surging public debt, on the background of aging populations, immigration represents for many countries, and particularly for European ones, a factor of innovation. But which kind of immigration harbors this innovative potential? Relevant legislation in several countries, including European Union …

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DOMENICO FRANCAVILLA – CDCT Working Paper 14-2012/CTL6 Abstract: The article analyzes the evolution of Indian law on child marriages by focusing on selected aspects of traditional Hindu laws, colonial intervention and legal reforms after Independence. The article aims at highlighting the interaction between the different sources from which Hindu law emerges and conflicts occurring between …

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DOMENICO FRANCAVILLA – CDCT Working Paper 13-2012/ELC7 Abstract: The article identifies some issues concerning the place and potential role of ethnic minorities within uniformising trends of European family law. It addresses several theoretical questions concerning the ‘logic’ of uniformisation and deals with the general problem of feasibility and desirability of uniform law. The analysis makes …

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ROBERTA ALUFFI -CDCT Working Paper 11-2012/CTL4 Table des matières: Les conclusions de ce rapport de synthèse s’inscrivent dans le module juridique de la recherche transversale menée dans le cadre du CARIM sur le thème Genre et Migration. Elles sont basées sur les informations et les considérations présentées dans les rapports nationaux concernant l’Algérie, l’Egypte, le Liban, …

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ROBERTA ALUFFI – CDCT Working paper 10-2012/CTL3 Abstract: Arabic, as a legal language, is multidimensional. Firstly, it is the language of Fiqh, the Islamic legal science: all Muslim scholars use it, irrespective of their different mother tongues. Building on this common linguistic heritage, Arab States developed their official legal languages to meet the challenge of …

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SIMONA NOVARETTI- CDCT Working Paper 9-2012/CTL2 Abstract: Among the obstacles which impede the development of a truly effective system of Public Interest Litigation (公益诉讼, gongyi susong) in China, procedural problems occupy a prominent role. In particular, severe violations of public interest are often left unpunished due to the rigidity of rules relating to the right …

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